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Assuming you've tried pulling the battery and booting it again, you could try doing a hard reset on the phone (this would erase all data on the phone), by starting up the phone while holding down the volume up button while turning the phone on, waiting until you get a white screen with 3 skateboarding androids on it, and select clear storage (use the up/down volume buttons to move the cursor, power button to select), then volume up to confirm. If the phone still won't boot up after doing that, you're going to have to take it to a store, as that boot menu is the only thing that you can get to come up if it won't boot all the way up.
Hi, try this get the key pad changed , it could be damaged becouse of liquids on so on ad this can make the keys stick Another thing Fash the phone (reinstall phone operating program) ie memory chip (EPROM ) could be corrupted .
Main menu--->connectivity---->Mobile networks-->new search/select network/search mode/preferred n/w ..click on new search, it will automatically select the appropriate n/w... or else restore ur handset ( Menu>>settings>>master reset>>reset settings (default code :0000) )..it will solve ur prob.....